Smithsonian Channel

The Smithsonian Channel is a collection of short educational videos on science and other subjects. For example:

  • Baby hedgehog quills don’t harden right away
  • How the CIA turned the tables on Soviet industrial espionage
  • Is sibling rivalry an important survival tool for lion cubs?
  • The astounding length of seaweed in the Sargasso Sea
  • This ingenious system brings water to the Chinese desert
  • This prehistoric fish makes a great white look like a goldfish
  • Why beetles are such an evolutionary success
  • Why Wales is the place to see amazing Roman forts

The videos have subtitles. There are other video categories at the Smithsonian’s main Videos page.

By Resource Centre

The Resource Centre at INTO University of East Anglia.